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Nov
02
2011

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere November 2, 2011

It’s time check out what’s happening with the ACC Bloggers this week. We are in the home stretch of the college football season and getting ready for college basketball. This is one of the best sports times of the year. What do we have out there?

Basketball and ACC, it’s that time of year. You know North Carolina and Duke will be great. Florida State will be strong too… What about the rest of the ACC? ACCblogger has you covered in their ACC Basketball Preview. Right now they are previewing teams 7-9. 

While Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat is understandably pleased with the victory over Clemson and the opportunity to win the ACC, they wonder if you don’t go to the Orange Bowl just how important is the bowl game? 

Who’s going to be North Carolina’s football coach next year? TarHeelFanBlog provides their thoughts on the subject.

I’m hoping for a competitive game Thursday between Boston College and Florida State, but even though BC showed a lot of pride going to Maryland and beating the Terrapins, it was only their second win of the season. So if the game gets a little out of hand, BC blog BCInterruption has a fun drinking game for the college kids out there you can do during the game.

NC State Blog BackingthePack is starting to feel the basketball season. They let us know that Pack coach Mark Gottfried added another highly regard player (T.J Warren) to his already impressive class.  

When talking about Maryland Football, I feel like I’m looking at a car wreck. I know I shouldn’t, it’s wrong, but yet I can’t help but turn my head to see what happened. I had to read what they were writing on Maryland blog TestudoTimes. The voice of reason they question many of Edsall’s decisions this year, but they don’t call for his firing after only 8 games.  


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